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Sneak Preview: ED Proposes New State Authorization Rules for Distance Learning Programs

(The following was excerpted from a recent article in the Federal Grants Development Handbook.) The Department of Education (ED) proposed to amend its institutional eligibility regulations for programs authorized under title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA)…

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Grantseekers Take Heed: Don’t Miss Out on FY 2017 Funding!

As federal agencies approach the end of federal fiscal year (FY) 2016, grantseekers can expect to see more funding opportunity announcements on Grants.gov marked with “$0” under “Estimated Total Program Funding,” or with the caveat that the number of awards…

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NIH Posts Assurance that Blizzard Won’t Affect Applications

Sometimes when you are souring the grants news landscape, you run across an unexpected headline that you just makes you chuckle. The most recent example was on the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Office of Extramural Research blog, Extramural Nexus.

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Grants Officials Should Plan Ahead Before Taking Those Summer Breaks

I don’t know about you but around this time of year, the noise level around our office tend to drop a little due to the summer vacation season. With several people out of the office each week until Labor Day,…

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The Work Piled Up! What Now?

As much as I enjoy vacations, sometimes they make it even harder to return to work because I’ll have my work for the current week to do, plus work that had piled up from the previous week. Then I’ll wind…

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A Lesson Learned from My Recent Golf Outing

This past weekend, I travelled down to Lynchburg, Va., and used the opportunity to play a rare round of golf with my brother. It was the first time I’d played in two years and frankly, it looked like it.

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